10 videos you need in your life this week

10 videos you need in your life this week

Claudia Maddaluno · 7 months ago · Music

Devendra Banhart – Kantori Ongaku

Devendra Banhart has announced the impending album Ma with the first single and videoclip Kantori Ogaku, a tribute to Haruomi Hosono. The surreal video directed by Giraffe Studios opens with a shot of a pony walking in a room and has its climax when a dominatrix vomits yellow paint on Devendra’s face.

Metronomy – Salted Caramel Ice Cream

Summer is back, the ice creams are back and our favorite taste “Metronomy” too.

Cautious Clay – SIDEWINDER

We love the neon lights as well as we love Cautious Clay.

Frankie Cosmos – Windows

Frankie Cosmos have announced a new record called Close It Quietly out September 6. The 21-track album includes the first single Windows which is out now with a videoclip that shows the typical day of two friends in New York.

SPZ – Nubi

SPZ is the latest addition to Undamento Family. He has already published the EP titled Quattro and this is the video for Nubi in which he plays in a hammock or among flamingos wearing very crazy shirts.

Lucky Daye – Real Games 

Last month Lucky Daye released his debut album Painted, which includes the vibrant song Real Games. In the video for the track we are sitting in the stands of a tennis court (or on his sofa ) watching how strong he is at playing the “R&B, style and groove” championship.

KOTA The Friend – For Colored Boys

The polka-dots fit well with the stripes as well as the flow with KOTA The Friend <3

Joji – Sanctuary

The video for Sanctuary tells the space odyssey of Captain Joji that travels through the 80s between aliens, bowl of bloody cereal and moon crystals. All-damn-stellar.

The Garden – Thy Mission (feat. Mac DeMarco)

A creepy Mac DeMarco appears in the weird video for The Garden’s Thy Mission revealing his true demonic nature :)

Greentea Peng – Downers | A COLORS SHOW

The song for your weekend soundtrack.

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The Lion King: Disney reveals full soundtrack

The Lion King: Disney reveals full soundtrack

Giulia Pacciardi · 7 months ago · Music

It’s perhaps one of the most iconic soundtracks of all time and the live action remake could only follow its footsteps.


Disney has just revealed the entire soundtrack of The Lion King, which in Italy will be released on August 21 and in America on July 19, and is composed of 19 tracks.
To stand out the names of Beyoncé and Childish Gambino, voices of Nala and Simba, protagonists of the unforgettable “Can You Feel the Love Tonight“, a song that you can listen to in the last trailer released yesterday.

The protagonist of the famous song “Hakuna Matata” will be Seth Rogen, to the composer Hans Zimmer instead one of the major efforts, 7 of the songs are signed by him.
Elton John doesn’t get “Circle of Life“, but “Never Too Late” and we are curious about the track number 14 that hasn’t been revealed yet.
Will it be a solo by Beyoncé? A second surprise song by Elton John?

The Lion King (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack):
1. Lindiwe Mkhize/Lebo M – “Circle of Life/Nants’ Ingonyama”
2. Hans Zimmer – “Life’s Not Fair”
3. Hans Zimmer – “Rafiki’s Fireflies”
4. JD McCrary/Shahadi Wright Joseph/John Oliver – “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”
5. Hans Zimmer – “Elephant Graveyard”
6. Chiwetel Ejiofor – “Be Prepared (2019 Version)”
7. Hans Zimmer – “Stampede”
8. Hans Zimmer – “Scar Takes the Throne”
9. Billy Eichner/Seth Rogen/JD McCrary/Donald Glover – “Hakuna Matata”
10. Hans Zimmer – “Simba Is Alive!”
11. Billy Eichner/Seth Rogen – “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”
12. Beyoncé/Donald Glover/Billy Eichner/Seth Rogen – “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”
13. Hans Zimmer – “Reflections of Mufasa”
14. TBA
15. Hans Zimmer – “Battle for Pride Rock”
16. Hans Zimmer -“Remember”
17. Elton John – “Never Too Late”
18. Lebo M – “He Lives in You”
19. Lebo M- “Mbube”

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Jazz:Re:Found 2019 – Monferrato: a pantheist Festival

Jazz:Re:Found 2019 – Monferrato: a pantheist Festival

Collater.al Contributors · 7 months ago · Music

The last edition of Jazz:Re:Found Festival 2019 went further its successful and corroborated role as ringleader in terms of jazz languages and black music and moved bravely from Turin to the fascinating en plein air venue of Cella Monte, Monferrato – UNESCO World Heritage.

Enclosed in a breathtaking scenario, Jazz:Re:Found Festival 2019 represented a kaleidoscope to live and love sounds, emotions, quotes and collateral experiences (workshop, food/wine tasting, yoga, cinema, rafting) that go even beyond the same restrictive definition of Music Festival.

6 stages, 4 days, 80 artists one after di other: aliens (Yussef Dayes!), living legends (Tullio De Piscopo) and several rising stars (so exciting afro-futurism show of Ibakuu). 
Special mention to the multifaceted band I hate my village that released out of the blue one of the most attractive 2019 album exploiting on the main stage all its dionysiac verve.
Contaminate the jazzy/black lineup with some old school rappers’ performances (Colle Der Fomento, Kaos) has been a really clever choice to involve sentimentally also the nostalgic rap audience. 
Really impressive the 3-days DJing performances in the enchanted San Quirico hill (Gilles Peterson B2B Lefto, chapeau).
The Secret Garden was a precious gem where it frequently happened to share breezily a beer with some headliners.

Jazz:Re:Found Festival 2019 – Monferrato overstepped offhandedly the empty glamour as raison d’être focusing both brain and heart on the real contents and the tight relationship between music and origins, culture and habitat.
All these elements are able to inspire people and evolve a solid Festival. 

Through a collective process of shared and aware joy, the Music Festival has been able to alleviate the typical FOMO-Festival in favor of music-vaults, nature and liberating well-being. 

Text: Marco Gardenale
Ph: Lorena Florio

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Travis Scott launches exclusive cereals with Reese’s

Travis Scott launches exclusive cereals with Reese’s

Collater.al Contributors · 7 months ago · Music

Travis Scott has always been a super fan of Reese’s Puffs cereals, so why not collaborate with the brand and create a limited collection of Cactus Jack cereal boxes? The boxes sold out in about 30 seconds at a cost of $50 each, which could mean that if you bought the cereal, you won’t have the money to buy the milk. You could still knock on your neighbor’s door and borrow it.

The packaging was designed directly by the rapper, super detailed graphics adding his Cactus Jack and Astroworld aesthetic to Reese’s iconic look.

Cereals were on sale on Travis Scott’s site and for the occasion, a pop-up in Paris was organized together with Catus Jack Records and Travis was also present. A limited edition co-branded product line was also available at the pop-ups, including hoodies and shirts in black, orange and white. For those who have not managed to grab a box of cereals and the merch can wait for the next release, this was only the first of many special edition boxes that will be launched throughout the year.

Text by Elisa Scotti

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A playlist to be ready for Sónar 2019

A playlist to be ready for Sónar 2019

Collater.al Contributors · 7 months ago · Music

The summer festivals’ season is about to kick off, and there will be plenty of incredible events. Barcelona will be hosting the 2019’s edition of the Sónar Music Festival, which again was able to come up with an unbelievable lineup.

I created a playlist that incluedes a bunch of the artists involved in the festival, to give you an idea of what you’ll be seeing – and hearing – in Barcelona.

There’ll be a lot of music and a lot of genres, and honestly I don’t know them all. I might not be able to know them all even if I was to listen to music 24 hours a day, each day of my life; and trust me, I write about music for a living, so I actually almost spend 24 hours a day listening to music. This playlist is actually a pretty personal selection, oriented by my music taste, but I chose to dig deeply into each artist’s catalogue, so maybe you’ll end up discovering some hidden gems or some amazing songs you’ve simply missed. Or maybe, you’ll just end up listening again to a bunch of songs you’ve already heard an awful lot of times, if you enjoy the same artists that I do.

P.S.: yes, there’s a lot of A$AP Rocky’s stuff, deal with it.

Text by: Riccardo Primavera 

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